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PostPosted: Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:22 am    Post subject: McGuinty, Stelmach least popular premiers Reply with quote

McGuinty, Stelmach flop opinion poll

By QMI Agency



Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams is the highest-rated provincial head of government in Canada, according to an Angus-Reid poll released Thursday.

The charismatic, and always controversial, premier remains a hit with is province, with more than three in four respondents (78%) approving of Williams' performance.

That's a far cry from the two premiers at the bottom of the online survey Ontario's Dalton McGuinty scored 18% and Alberta's Ed Stelmach scored 14%.

The poll sampled 7,000 Canadians in nine provinces.

Both McGuinty and Stelmach slipped considerably since the last poll results from August.

At that time, 23% of respondents approved of McGuinty's performance, and 25% approved of Stelmach.

Saskatchewan's Brad Wall made second on the list of popular premiers with 58% approval, but even he slipped from the 60% he enjoyed in August.

Nova Scotia's Darrell Dexter -- who took office in June -- was next with 43%.

The approval rating for Manitoba's Greg Selinger was 29%, but half of respondents in his province are undecided about the way he has performed.

Selinger took over from Gary Doer in October.

Quebec Premier Jean Charest received a positive review from only 25% of respondents, while the proportion is slightly lower for British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell (21%) and New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham (20%).



http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Po.....6-qmi.html



its interesting mcguinty's personal numbers are worse than the ontario liberals numbers , you have to think his days might be soon numbered as leader .
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Premier's tend to be less popular during times of economic hardship.

If the opposition truly wants to capitalize they need to make the economy their issue, and do so now.
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